Not Menstruation After 6 Months Of Delivery At The Same Time Curette?
hayy..doctor I want to ask..will 9 kmrin i gave birth to a daughter truss 3 days as young as giving birth to me in a curette, said the doctor still ad remaining placenta..darah so many came out dokk..but why yach until now i just blum2 sterilize even though my child sda 6 months … it’s normal or not
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Need to be clear, are you still breastfeeding your baby with breast milk? Do you use certain contraceptives?
Mothers who have just given birth often will experience an amenorrhea period, which is where menstruation does not come for a long time. This condition is generally reasonable due to hormonal conditions that are not balanced after pregnancy and childbirth. The process of breastfeeding also influences this. Because, the production of hormones that play a role in the regulation of milk production and ejection, can indirectly suppress the production of hormones that regulate menstruation. If you use certain types of contraception, 3-month injectable birth control or spiral birth control, for example, the absence of your period can also occur due to side effects of using contraception. It could also be that your period does not come because of the influence of other causes, for example:
Pregnancy Weight increase or decrease dramatically Side effects of drugs (for example hormonal drugs or anti blood clotting) Stress Fatigue Ovarian cysts (fluid-filled sacs that form in the ovaries due to disorders of egg maturation) Thyroid gland or pituitary disorders Other chronic diseases, etc. If this makes you very worried, it never hurts you to check yourself directly to a doctor or obstetrician so that a deeper evaluation is carried out, for example by ultrasound. That way, of course the doctor can also conclude whether your condition is still considered reasonable, or not and requires further management.
At this time, you should keep breastfeeding your baby until she is 24 months or more. With breastfeeding, the process of recovery of postpartum reproductive organs can also take place more quickly. Not only that, multiply also rest, stay away from stress, always maintain an ideal body weight, multiply to eat fruits and vegetables, and do not carelessly take medication (including menstrual smoothing drugs). If you intend to postpone pregnancy, also ask your doctor about the right type of contraception for you to use.
Hope this helps.